by Veterans in Media and Entertainment Mission: Veterans in Media & Entertainment (formerly known as Veterans in Film & Television) is a nonprofit networking organization that unites current and former members of the military working in the film and television industry. PLEASE NOTE: We have recently changed names from VFT to VME as we attempt to include […]Read more "Attention: CURRENT AND FORMER MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY WORKING IN THE FILM AND TELEVISION INDUSTRY"
By Jeff Riegel Here in the United States, today marks 240 years of Independence. Back then, the Continental Army or Patriots, fought the British Redcoats. 50,000 Patriot soldiers were lost*. Every year since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, we Americans celebrate that independence and our fallen soldiers who made us who we are […]Read more "Today, It’s About Independence and How We Got Here"
February 11, 2013 by TJ Diaz (from xFly Films), planet5D We welcome TJ Diaz (from xFly Films) as a guest blogger – he’s going to write a series on using multicopters for Aerial Photography – including some discussion on the dos and don’ts in future articles. In the USA, there’s been a lot of discussion […]Read more "The Rise of the Multicopter and Aerial Photography"
April 2, 2011 On March 28, 2011, I had the wonderful opportunity to shoot Second Camera using a Canon 5D Mark II along with Guy Noffsinger of Guy Noffsinger Photography. We shot a one-hour interview at Ft. Myer, VA with Lt. General Eric Schoomaker, Surgeon General of the U.S. Army, sponsored by The Henry M. […]Read more "A Video Shoot with Lt. General Eric Schoomaker, U.S. Army Surgeon General"
August 7, 2010 by BusinessWorkforce.com The recent downturn in the economy has created an extremely competitive job market where employers are being extra careful of who they hire into their organization. In fact, The Survey Group reported that more than 80 percent of employers do a background check on potential employees by performing some form […]Read more "The Truth about Employment Background Checks"